Humanities@Work connects Case Western Reserve University humanities students with corporate, government, nonprofit, and other partners through community discussions, networking events, and paid career opportunities. Humanities@Work  is a nationally-recognized initiative which the Baker-Nord Center for the Humanities began in 2016 in collaboration with Postgraduate Planning and Experiential Education, the Office of Corporate Relations, and the Dean’s Office of the College of Arts and Sciences.

Please note: This site only has information about undergraduate programming at the Baker-Nord Center.  For information on all of the center’s programming, including public events, faculty funding, and endowed lectures, please visit the Baker-Nord Center’s website, bakernord.case.edu.


Kulas Foundation Tickets

The Baker-Nord Center is administering a grant from the Kulas Foundation to provide free Arts & Culture tickets for undergraduate CWRU students.  Due to COVID-19, all events for Fall 2020 will be virtual. Tickets are currently available for the following events: CIFF45 Film Streaming Events If you would like to suggest tickets...

Free Tickets for Madeline Miller

CWRU Students can enjoy the Writers Center Stage Series for free this fall!  The event is co-hosted by CWRU and the Cuyahoga County Public Library. Student tickets are available via CampusGroups. With vivid characters, mesmerizing language and page-turning suspense, Madeline Miller’s Circe is an epic celebration of indomitable female strength...

Humanities Career Fair Workshop

This year, CWRU is piloting a series of virtual career fairs. The Baker-Nord Center will host a prep workshop where humanities students can learn how to get the most out of the upcoming "Culture, Community, and Public Service Virtual Career Fair." The workshop will be co-hosted by Brian Clites,...

Culture & Public Service Career Fair

The Office of Post-Graduate Planning has organized a series of virtual career fairs this fall. Humanities students can attend all three fairs, but you might be especially interested in the September 30 fair, "Culture, Community, and Public Service."  There will be more than two dozen employers searching CWRU humanities...

“We are the 216” Paid Internship

We Are The 216 has opened new opportunities for eager students or recent graduates to join our Marketing and PR’s Event Team internship program! We are searching for a high-energy and proactive individual who is looking to gain real-world experience within a multi-faceted marketing agency. I Our interns will receive...

Podcasting at the Wall Street Journal

The Wall Street Journal internship program is an opportunity for college juniors and seniors and graduate students to be fully immersed in our Pulitzer Prize-winning digital newsroom, working with some of the best journalists in the world. The 10-week internship program offers hands-on work experience and one-on-one mentorship, plus orientation...

IBM Communications Internship

Uncover and transform insights into creative experiences that matter to your customers. Make every touchpoint an opportunity to engage. As a Corporate Communications Practitioner at IBM, you will create stories that cut through noise and have an impact on your audience. IBM is trailblazing the Agile approach in all...

Become a Civic Engagement Scholar!

Now in its eleventh year, the Civic Engagement Scholars program, hosted by the Center for Civic Engagement & Learning (CCEL), promotes and recognizes meaningful student involvement in the community. Scholars complete at least 25 civic engagement hours in their choice of direct service, advocacy, philanthropy, political involvement, and more...

Find Research & Creative Opportunities

SOURCE (Support for Undergraduate Research and Creative Endeavors) will sponsor All About Finding Research and Creative Endeavors virtual information sessions this fall.These 50-minute information sessions provide students with the basic information for finding research on and around the CWRU campus during the academic year and provides some guidance for...

Write for The Observer!

The Observer, Case Western Reserve University’s independent, student-fun newspaper, is looking for reporters. This is a great opportunity for first-years to better their writing and learn more about campus and the community around it. Students can cover a variety of topics, including campus events, administrative actions, and local news. No...